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Moody Recyclers

Andrea Ray’s third-graders at Gandy Elementary made Christmas ornaments from recycled materials for the Jefferson County Christmas Tree. The class presented the ornaments to Jefferson County Judge Dutch King in an effort to promote recycling in our county. (Special to The Progress)

Moody announces December Students of the Month

The Mood Elementary December Students of the Month are, first row, from left: Anna Grace Wooley, Meredith Reddin, William Aulenback, Jasper Roberts, Grace Morara; second row, from left: Kelly Johnson, Victoria Ortiz, Jaci Mir, Matthew Nguyen; and third row, from left: Johnathon Trujillo, Dylan Richey, Romelo Bell, Will Colclasure and Alysha Brown.

FCCLA student gains leadership skills

Senior high student Candace Casey — along with her adviser Sheri Deaton, Family and Consumer Science instructor at White Hall High School — attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s Capitol Leadership program, Oct. 12-15 in Washington, D.C.

Hardin Students of the Month

The Hardin Elementary Students of the Month for November are: front row, Emillio Carrillo, J’Kwon Roddy, Landon Gatlin; middle: Jacey Jackson, Haley Stewart, Tyler Stacey; back: Damien Kurtz, Ty Wright, Hayden Martz; and not pictured: Anna Hobson, Nathan McQueen, Richard Branch. (Special to The Progress)

Razorback Tickets

David Judkins, owner of KeepSakes Jewelry, presents Jada Lawrence of Sheridan two tickets to the Arkansas vs. Georgia game in a drawing Lawrence won at KeepSakes Jewelry and Gifts.

Moody Students of The Month

Moody Elementary October Students of the Month are as follows: first row (left to right) Kaden Nash, Kaitlynne Murphy, Logan Chapmon, Elijah Yates, Ryann Nelson, Lanie Ratliff and Brooklyn Powell; second row (left to right) Benton Williams, Kaejah Hodge, Olivia Cooper, Jordan Johnson, Sophie Weaver, Abigail Deaton and Owen Lord. Not pictured is Claudia Woodyard.

Police reports

On Oct. 21, Officer Robert Rogers was on patrol in the area of U.S. 270 and Interstate 530 when he saw a person standing beside a vehicle in an unlit area of the commuter parking lot located at 8200 U.S. 270.